Advancing Eco Agriculture Webinars
Right now is the time switch to regenerative agriculture. Here's why.
AEA's Director of Education David Miller explains how a shift to regenerative agriculture using AEA systems can still make a positive impact on your crop’s yield and health this season
Here's the problem with the current theory of insect olfaction
In our latest webinar, Dr. Dykstra explains why the current theory around insect olfaction is broken and what it means for growers across the country.
AEA Ask Us Anything with John Kempf & David Miller
AEA Founder John Kempf and Director of Education David Miller discuss a wide range of topics in the regenerative agriculture space at our latest "Ask Us Anything" webinar event!
Profitable Nitrogen Efficiency Management
David Miller dives into concepts related to efficient use of nitrogen and how these practices can lead to a reduction in inputs, increase the biological health of your soil, and protect your bottom line.
The Key to Regenerative Crop Nutrition
Tune in to Director of Education David Miller and John Kempf as they explain why a profitable season starts with biology, demonstrating the connections between soil health, plant health, and regenerative practices.
Understanding AEA Products & Programs
In this webinar recording, Director of Education David Miller takes a deep dive into the AEA toolbox, describing how these products and programs align with the critical points of influence to regenerate the crops and soils on your farm.
John Kempf leads discussion with 6 Regenerative Agriculture Consultants
John Kempf, Founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture, sits down with a panel of 6 Regenerative Agriculture Consultants to draw on their knowledge and practical experiences!
Regenerative farmer Rick Clark discusses best practices with John Kempf
Rick Clark and John Kempf host an open discussion on how to develop regenerative farming in the future. Taking questions from the audience, Rick and John discuss fertility management, the need for regenerative optimized genetics, and the untapped opportunities available to farmers.
How regenerative agriculture farmers optimize crop performance
In our latest webinar, we asked 3 regenerative agriculture farmers who work with AEA to sit down with Director of Education David Miller and discuss how they take in data and apply what they have learned to next season.
Ask Me Anything with regenerative ag thought leader John Kempf | Founder of AEA
In our latest webinar, John sat down with an audience of growers for an Ask Me Anything, discussing a wide range of topics in regenerative agriculture.
How farmers can reduce inputs through regenerative agriculture with David Miller
If you could reduce your fertilizer inputs by 35% and maintain yields would you do it? Join AEA’s Director of Education David Miller for an overview of how regenerative agriculture is helping growers across the country maximize their profits by making discerning input choices and timing their applications more precisely.
A Century of Florida Citrus Production: Understanding Insect Pressure in Oranges
In AEA's August webinar, we welcomed back Dr. Thomas Dykstra, Laboratory Director of Dykstra Labs & Scientific Advisor at AEA, for a deep dive into the last 100 years of citrus production—focusing primarily on Florida oranges. Dr. Dykstra explains how modern agricultural practices are inadvertently inviting a succession of pests into citrus groves across the country and eventually, around the globe.
Leaf Brix and Insect Herbivory
In our latest webinar, Dr. Dykstra sits down with John Kempf to explain what constitutes a healthy plant, the machinations of insect digestion, and how to use the Leaf Brix chart as a reference guide for any kind of pest pressure.
John Kempf Answers Your YouTube Questions
Regenerative ag thought leader and AEA Founder John Kempf is constantly receiving thought-provoking questions from farmers of all backgrounds. In light of this, we wanted to pick a few of our favorite inquiries from our YouTube channel and give them the in-depth response they deserve
How You Work Remotely with AEA
In this discussion, regenerative agriculture thought leader John Kempf and AEA Director of Education David Miller take a deep-dive into our remote services and give examples of what a Regenerative Ag Consultant can do for you without even setting foot on your farm.
Soil Testing 2.0: Build your Soil, Cut Costs, & Increase Profits with Regenerative Agriculture
In this webinar, John Kempf will walk attendees through the connection between soil biology and nutrient absorption and explain why a different approach to testing and building healthier soils may be in order. This approach will not only help growers reduce input costs by cutting unnecessary fertilizer applications but it can also help bring your soil back to life and increase productivity.
How You Work with AEA, featuring PNW Sales Consultant Jim Dunlop
In this webinar, Advancing Eco Agriculture Founder John Kempf and Sales Consultant Jim Dunlop will be taking a deep dive into what it means to work with AEA. John and Jim will discuss the data collected from growers, explain what our consultations and recommendations look like, as well as provide examples of AEA’s in-field, in-season support.
Nutrition Management for Mite Infestations
Why do growers see mite populations soar as temperatures get higher? In this webinar, John Kempf describes what causes mite populations to explode and how to control mites with nutritional inputs. He will illustrate why high temperatures cause plant ammonium levels to increase and describe how these high levels influence mite populations.
How to Release Manganese and Other Metals from Soil Reserves
In this webinar, John describes why excessively oxidized soils lead to tied up manganese and other metals. He also describes how to change cultural management practices to shift soils to a more reduced state and release mineral metals that are unavailable to plants when the soil is oxidized.
Managing Vascular Bacterial Infections
In this webinar, AEA founder John Kempf describes how to prevent vascular bacterial diseases with organic practices. Pierce’s disease, bacterial canker, citrus greening, crown gall, and many other diseases share a common mechanism. Each is caused by bacterial populations plugging the plant’s vascular tissue, preventing transport of nutrients and water in the plant.